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Membership of the European Union and Eurozone, ample opportunities for foreign investment in the technology and life sciences sectors, pro-business outlook: favoring green lights over red tape, and more make doing business in Ireland attractive. Learn about further business opportunities, the resilient economy supported by multinationals, and the outlook of member firm Mason Hayes & Curran through their chapter, Doing Business in Ireland.
Guyer & Regules, member firm for Uruguay, is proud to be considered a top firm in their country, frequently entrusted for international and domestic legal, accounting, and tax matters. They discuss the high points for investors, including the country's emergence as a regional hub for the fintech sector due to the tax benefits, technological talent, and flexibility to hire employees, their focus on green hydrogen initiatives, and many more ins and outs in their chapter, Doing Business in Uruguay.
The GDP growth rate has been low in the United Kingdom since 2016, but according to Gowling WLG, member firm for England the headlines do not tell the entire story. "There are many parts of the UK economy that remain incredibly resilient and successful on a global basis. The City of London is a truly global financial center that raises and deploys enormous pools of capital across the globe," they explain. Culturally speaking, brush up on your punctuality, politeness, and professionalism when handling business with the Brits. Read more about carrying out business in the United Kingdom.
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